Fly Davis is a set and costume designer for theatre and opera who trained at RADA and the prestigious Motley Theatre Design Course.
Stage design credits include: Pericles, I Want My Hat Back, Beginning (National Theatre and transfer of Beginning to the Ambassadors Theatre); Macbeth (RSC and The Barbican); Caroline, or Change (Hampstead Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre); The Hour That We Knew Nothing Of Each Other (Royal Lyceum Theatre); The Prudes, Pigeons, Primetime (Royal Court); Othello (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, The Globe); The Winter’s Tale (Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh); A Tale of Two Cities and Oliver Twist (Regent’s Park Theatre); Our Town, A Streetcar Named Desire, Scuttlers, Hunger For Trade, Nothing (Manchester Royal Exchange); Barbarians, Trade, A Streetcar Named Desire Parallel, Turning a Little Further (Young Vic); The Last Remains of Maisie Duggan (National Theatre, Ireland); The Glass Menagerie (Headlong UK Tour); Opera for the Unknown Woman (Fuel UK Tour); James and the Giant Peach (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Dissidents (Kiln Theatre); Contractions (Sheffield Crucible); The Crocodile (Manchester International Festival); I’d Rather Goya Robbed Me of Sleep Than Some Other Arsehole, Image of An Unknown Young Woman (Gate Theatre, Winner Best Set Design, Off West End Awards); Dealing with Clair (Orange Tree).
Costume Design credits includes: Unreachable (Royal Court); Shipwreck (Almeida)
Other design work includes: The Invisible Dot’s Big Birthday Bash (Hammersmith Apollo) and Mcfly: Love is Easy (Music Video).
Please see Fly’s website for images of her designs.